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Site last updated on June 6th 2024


American Legion Post 133

P.O. Box 1030

South Windsor, CT 06074

Post Commander — Joe Haney

Instagram @SW.AmericanLegion133

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*Abe E Miller was a South Windsor resident who made

the ultimate sacrifice on the battlefields of France during World War 1.

Get more of Post 133 on our social media websites:

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Instagram @SW.AmericanLegion133

Post 133 meets at 7 p.m. on the Third Tuesday of the month 

in the Main Room of the SW Community Center. 

Check the 'Calendar' page for actual dates.

All veterans are welcome.

(Come and enjoy a free coffee and donut.)

Read our Commanders Invitation & Challenge on the ‘Commander’s Page’.

Land Mine On

CLICK HERE to download a Post 133 Flyer.

CLICK HERE for a Post 133 Application Form.

Ever wonder what happens at the CT State Police & American Legion Youth Week?

CLICK HERE to view a 12 minute insightful video from this years event.

Are you a Sister, Daughter, Granddaughter or Mother of a Veteran?

Check out the South Windsor Auxiliary Unit 133 website by clicking here.

CLICK HERE  to view 


As a 19-year-old member of the Army's 7th Infantry Division, South Windsor's Peter Anthony Sr., 91, fought and defended along the Korean Demilitarized Zone for 18 months. Standing near his military medal display case, that included two Bronze stars, a Purple Heart and an assortment of other medals, the Korean War veteran talked about war, sacrifice and freedom.

Are you a South Windsor Veteran in need of help

obtaining the benefits you’ve earned?

Check out the ‘Service_Officer’ page on this web site

and visit with our Service Officers 

on the First Thursday of each month (8 to 9:30 am)

at the South Windsor Community Center.


"A Veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a check made payable to 'The United States of America', for an amount of 'up to and including my life'.  That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it."

 ~ Author Unknown

 For all who served,

Thank you for your service.

We welcome all

past & present veterans

to come & join us in continuing in serving our community.